Edithvale by Bec Sykes

Edithvale is a triumphant track that captures the longing and romance in Bec’s past and tumultuous relationship.I love the visual gift played out in the lyric that truly captures the feelings in the vocal.

I wanna be in love again

I don’t wanna be friends

Go to the beach when it’s too hot to sleep

Park on the street and fool around

Forty-five we laugh the whole ride to Edithvale

Australian Bec Sykes has a voice that swoons, it moves effortlessly in and out of emotion, penned with poetic language. This track is subtle, the piano and vocal move together like a dream. There is nothing added that would be cumbersome, not effects that twitch for attention. This is raw, effortless musicianship and it is wonderful.

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